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1 April 2018

Players aware of what's at stake says Adam as in-form Millwall arrive in town

Adam Webster says the Town players are fully aware they are playing for their futures.

The defender was as disappointed as the rest of his team-mates when Mick McCarthy told the squad that he would be leaving the Club at the end of his contract but says the players know there is a lot at stake for them over the rest of the campaign.

“Obviously everyone's gutted with what's happened, but we've got a job to do,” Adam told iFollow Ipswich.

“We've still got seven games to play and we want to finish the season off as well as we can.

“I don't think it changes anything for us that the gaffer is leaving at the end of the season.

“Chambo [Luke Chambers] said to us the other day - ‘we're now playing for our futures’. We know people will be watching, so we've just got to do the best we can and not look too far ahead.”

Town are back in action against Millwall at Portman Road on Monday, with the Lions just a point off the Play-Offs after a terrific run.

They will be backed by 2000 fans, with Adam adding: “It’s a quick turn-around. I think we're the only team playing Saturday-Monday, which is frustrating as they've got an extra day recovery.

“But we've got to do everything right and get ourselves ready for the game.”

Monday's game is all-ticket. 

Subscribers to iFollow Ipswich can watch the full interview with Adam now.


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